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September 2020

COVID-19 pandemic will accelerate suburban Chicago’s office renaissance

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In recent years, news of the Chicagoland office world has focused on major corporations like McDonald’s moving from the suburbs to Chicago’s various downtown submarkets in order to attract young talent living in the urban core. But now, workplace changes and workforce needs are inspiring companies to look to the Chicago suburbs for office solutions. With COVID-19 causing many employers to rethink what employees will want in order to feel productive and safe at the office—and more people leaving the dense urban core for the roomier suburbs—we anticipate the recent regeneration in suburban office will only accelerate.

NAI Hiffman Executive Vice President Jason J. Wurtz shared his perspective and some early third-quarter activity statistics today in RE Journals. Click here to read the full article.

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